Students select one course from this component. Students who complete the Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis component will demonstrate interpretation of quantitative data leading to conclusions.
- AS 103 Observational and Solar System Astronomy (4 cr.) (3-0-3)
- AS 104 Stellar/Galactic Astronomy and Cosmology (4 cr.) (3-0-3)
- CS 120 Computer Science I (4 cr.) (4-0-0)
- EC 140 Consumer Economics (4 cr.) (4-0-0)
- EC 410 Managerial Economics (4 cr.)
- MA 101 Quantitative Literacy (4 cr.) (4-0-0)
- MA 103 Finite Mathematics (4 cr.)
- MA 104 College Algebra and Trigonometry with Applications in Science and Technology (4 cr.)
- MA 106 Trigonometry (3 cr.)
- MA 111 College Algebra for Calculus Preparation (4 cr.)
- MA 115 Precalculus (4 cr.)
- MA 161 Calculus I (4 cr.) (4-0-0)
- MA 171 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (4 cr.)
- PH 101 Eureka: Einstein, the Universe and Everything (3 cr.)
- PH 102 Physics of Sound and Music (3 cr.) (2-0-2)
- PL 160 Introduction to Logic (4 cr.)
- PY 305 Psychological Statistics (4 cr.) (4-0-Arr.)
- SO 208 Methods of Social Research I (4 cr.)
All mathematics courses in the component meet the Mathematics Competency University Requirement if completed with a grade of "C" or better.
Transfer courses designated as MA 1001 will also count toward the Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis component, as well as the Mathematics Competency University Requirement.
Students must achieve a grade point average of "C" (2.0) or better across all ten courses to count toward the General Education Program requirements. Courses in the program may be used in the student’s major or minor programs.